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Chris Aldrich
Biomedical Engineer loves: information theory, complexity, math, biology, , journalism, education, entertainment industry
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Chris Aldrich 6h
Perhaps you missed the tail end of 's conversation: Many are working on these and other sorts of abuses as well. Additionally projects like Akismet are aware of the spec and work reasonably well with it.
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Chris Aldrich 6h
Replying to @HowellsMead
For those familiar, it may be a useful shorthand, but it simplifies things too far. Webmention uses knowledge of prior history and abuses of Trackback/Pingbacks/Refbacks and improves on them. Cross reference: and
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Chris Aldrich 6h
Had you come across this yet? may be able to point out documentation or help as well.
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Chris Aldrich 13h
The tool reminds me of a somewhat more commercialized version of 's Clipping tools for HTML5 audio, HTML5 video, and YouTube. I can definitely see it being useful functionality in the classroom.
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Chris Aldrich 14h
🎟️Virtual Homebrew Website Club Meetup 📅: July 25, 2018 🕡: 6:30 - 9:00 PM PDT 🗺️: Online via Google Hangouts RSVP via poll below (experimental) More details:
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Chris Aldrich 15h
🔖 An ethical framework for the digital afterlife industry | Nature Human Behaviour by and Carl Öhman
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Chris Aldrich 15h
Replying to @granderojo
You might find some useful inspiration at .
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Chris Aldrich 16h
Replying to @SaraSoueidan
I tinker on my own website and frequently write about IndieWeb related technologies because the web is my social media platform. The feed you might appreciate most is . [more...}
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Chris Aldrich 18h
As I prep for LA this weekend I’m considering how fun and impressive it’s been watching folks like & bring Webmention and other philosophies to since February.
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Chris Aldrich 18h
🎙️An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 8 Interflux
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Chris Aldrich Jul 20
Replying to @granderojo
let me know if you need help or ideas!
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Chris Aldrich Jul 20
Replying to @evertp @aaronpk and 2 others
After having gotten Webmention working, you might consider stopping by the IndieWeb chat to ask this question of folks like , , , and others who might provide some guidance/suggestions. As a group, they've been able to…
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Chris Aldrich Jul 19
Thanks , Nick Tucker, and for all your help!
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Chris Aldrich Jul 19
Replying to @qubyte
And here I thought that I was the only one in the intersection of the Venn diagram of the universe that included the words quantum, information theory, and webmentions! Perhaps we should start a club?
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Chris Aldrich Jul 19
Replying to @mrkrndvs
Associated how? In webmentions you send? Typically the receiving site will parse your page to find the h-card and pull out the u-photo for it, so depending on your theme or a custom marked up h-card, that will dictate the photo that shows up. [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Jul 19
Replying to @essenmitsosse
Sharp eye. There's an extension to webmention called vouch to guard against abuse.
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Chris Aldrich Jul 19
Replying to @aaronpk
I always thought I was the only one to do something like this...
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Chris Aldrich Jul 19
Over 1 million Webmentions can’t be wrong. Join the next revolution in web communication. Add Webmention to your website to solve the biggest communications problem on today’s internet and add rich context to your content.
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zeldman Jul 19
Over 1 million Webmentions can’t be wrong. Join the next revolution in web communication. Add the Webmentions standard to your website to solve the biggest communications problem on today’s internet and add rich context to your content.
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Chris Aldrich Jul 18
Replying to @evanpro @anildash
Did just this recently as well. It will feel a bit cathartic to burn it all down and rebuild with some greater intentionality however.
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